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Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro, I am learning to crochet! It’s really fun! Most spiders are naturally adept at spinning webs, but the designs are too traditional for me. I’m trying something new. I showed it to a few friends but they got scared. Why are some people afraid of art? Sincerely, Spider Dali Dear Awesome Spider, You should totally sell that thing on Etsy! Did you know there are knitting [...]

Peace Starts Here – Call for Artists

Peace Starts Here – Call for Artists

The Peace Project, headquartered out of The Whole 9 Gallery in Culver City, is proud to announce their 5th Annual International Call for Artists and Traveling Exhibit. The theme this year is Peace Starts Here. Artists are asked to submit works online that illustrate where peace starts. Is Peace born out of love, community, in the innocence of a child or the beauty of nature? The result is an [...]

CC Rotary to Present Mentalist Carl Christman @ Culver Hotel July 30

CC Rotary to Present Mentalist Carl Christman @ Culver Hotel  July 30

This is not a TV show. Carl Christman will actually be “in the house” at the Culver Hotel to entertain members of the Culver City Rotary Club and community participants with his psychic powers. Imagine hearing people’s thoughts! Now you know what it’s like to be Carl. He is a teacher, author and mentalist who plays with language, psychology and non-verbal cues to entertain [...]

Want to Rebuild the Wall Between Law And Religion? Knit a Brick

Want to Rebuild the Wall Between Law And Religion? Knit a Brick

Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) last week introduced the "Not My Boss's Business Act," to restore the contraceptive coverage requirement guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act, put in jeopardy by the recent Supreme Court decision in Hobby Lobby. The Not My Boss’s Business Act was cosponsored by 46 Senators and endorsed by over 120 organizations.  Senate Republicans filibustered the bill, which [...]

Princesses and Pirates Sing-A-Long @ KDT

Princesses and Pirates Sing-A-Long @ KDT

Kids out of school for the summer? Come sing-a-long with your favorite Princesses and Pirates in this rocking new concert produced by The Lythgoe Family at the KDT this Summer. This interactive concert has all the Panto fairytale characters performing all your favorite songs for you to sing-a-along! From Pharrell's “Happy" to Taylor Swift's "You Belong to Me,”  you will be singing and [...]

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Yo, Jethro! Shelly Blaisdell

Dear Jethro The Answer Cat, It was late summer, 2006. All the chairs were claimed, so I let her sit under my palapa. We were lonely strangers, both wanting to escape reality. We flirted and played games while drinking Piña Coladas. We made up silly identities. I told her I was an astronaut preparing for a trip to Mars. She told me she was an escaped felon facing extradition. What a creative [...]

Wende Museum Will Get East Berlin Guardhouse/Art Installation

Wende Museum Will Get East Berlin Guardhouse/Art Installation

Guardhouses were an integral part of state surveillance in East Germany (GDR), stationed not only at borders but in places where they could monitor ordinary people going about their daily lives. Artist Christof Zwiener rescued one from demolition, and nine other artists worked to create their interpretations for 'adn pfoertnerhuas" "The guard, he or she, controlled the people coming in or out but [...]

Fiesta La Ballona Coming Up – Aug 22-24

Fiesta La Ballona Coming Up – Aug 22-24

Fiesta La Ballona, Culver City’s “Party In The Park” will be held August 22-24, 2014 at Veterans Park. The popular Culver City event features live music, food trucks and a variety of food concessions, a beer and wine garden, carnival rides, artisan wares, and many family-oriented attractions for all ages. Veterans Park is located at 4117 Overland Avenue in Culver City. Admission is [...]

Safe Routes to School – Walk, Bike & Scoot – July 26

Safe Routes to School – Walk, Bike & Scoot – July 26

As part of the city-wide Safe Routes to School Program, Culver City Walk & Rollers is hosting a Bike, Walk & Scoot Festival at Culver City Middle School to teach kids essential bicycle and pedestrian safety lessons in a fun, engaging event. The free, family-friendly event will take place on Saturday, July 26 from 10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. with activities throughout the day for all ages. The [...]

Young Storytellers Foundation @ La Ballona Free Lunch

Young Storytellers Foundation @ La Ballona Free Lunch

Not only is there a free lunch, crafts and games, and lots of friends, the CCUSD Free Lunch program is also offering the unique Young Storytellers Foundation at La Ballona this summer with the Script to Stage Summer Program! The Script-to-Stage Program is a FREE creative writing program for fifth grade students (incoming and outgoing). Over two weeks, our YSF mentor-screenwriters will spend [...]

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